How will Rafa Benitez's Newcastle fare back in the Premier League?

How will Rafa Benitez's Newcastle fare back in the Premier League?

How will Rafa Benitez's Newcastle fare back in the Premier League?

Newcastle would undoubtably still value the Spaniard's experience in both La Liga as well as his limited time in the Premier League as the club step back up to the top flight following promotion from the Championship last season.

The 21-year-old, a fine athlete with experience of playing a left-sided wing-back, would work well on the left of a four or five-man midfield, with DeAndre Yedlin on the other side.

Benitez has had disagreements about transfers at pretty much every club he's spent serious time at, so it's only natural for that to continue at Newcastle.

However, Benitez was frustrated to lose out on a number of targets, including Tammy Abraham and Willy Caballero, earlier in the summer.

"I try to do my best now".

"It is very hard because the prices are insane", Benitez told Sky Sports.

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'I am not happy [with transfer dealings] but for me it is a challenge, ' Benitez told Sky Sports.

However, the Spanish club are struggling to meet the Gunners' reported £13m asking price and talks are rumbling on.

Asked about walking away, Benitez added: "No, I chose to stay".

"I was talking with Arsene yesterday because we had the manager's meeting and I said "Listen, we have to talk" he said 'Listen, you have some money?' I like the player but it's too soon to talk about that".

Ayoze Perez says he's ready and willing to lead the line for Newcastle United in the Premier League. "The team spirit's quite good, and hopefully we replicate that this season". When I chose to stay it's because for me it's a challenge. "It is something you cannot control but at the moment I am fully committed to do the best that I can".

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